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Dec 29, 2012 11:30am PST
neurologist out of the university of michigan named dr. john fink. and as i read the article, i knew everything in me knew that this was what alexis had. i had no doubt. >> alexis was diagnosed with segawa's dystonia. a rare neurological movement disorder often mistaken for cerebral palsy. alexis took her first dose of what the beery's call the miracle drug sinemet in april of 2002. >> we gave her a quarter of this small pill that first night and it was the first night that she had slept in her life through the night. so we didn't know what that meant. the next morning we woke up and she woke up and of the was good. we gave her another of a quarter of a pill after speaking with the dr. that morning and she walked out to the rental car on her own, for the first time in her life she was able to get into a car on her own. pulled a seatbelt down for the first time in her life on her own and this is age five-and-a-half. and we knew everything in us knew we were witnessing a miracle that everything was changing. >> because alexis and noah's symptoms differed slightly, doctors believed noah
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